Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
Human Anatomy and Physiology
Tiny vassels through which diffusion takes place between the blood and the body tissues?
Asked in Blood
What is the name of the blood vassels which carry blood to the heart?
Veins are the blood vessels that carry deoxyginated blood back to the heart. Arteries carry blood from the heart to the rest of the body. ...
Asked in Cardiovascular Health, Shopping, Clothing
Follow a drop of blood from the right ankle to the left ankle?
follow a drop of blood from the riight ankle to the heart, lungs and heart ending at the cut on the left ankles name the major blood vassels and parts of the heart passes through the blood does not leak at the cut why? name the factors involved in keepimg the blood from leaving the body ...
Asked in History of Europe, China in WW2, Middle Ages
What was the life of nobles like in the middle ages?
The life was nice for a noble in the Middle Ages they often owned property and sold it to vassels who sold it to other people the nobles did have to fight in war but other than that they had a jolly life ( as someone in the Middle Ages would say). ...
How did Europe become a capitalist country from feudalism?
Some say the invention of the printing press was the reason. Why? Because it made education more available to the people thus making them less happy to be vassels for a Fuedal Lord. They wanted their own land and own businesses and Capitalism begain. ...
Asked in History of Japan, Samurai
What were samurai used for?
In the mid-evil time like the Saxons and Germanic tribes, the Japanese developed an advanced feudal system. On the Bushi fighting scale the Samurai was the warrior before you became a Samurai your title would be Ninja the lowest rank on the Bushi fighting scale. Samurai usually always served under a shogon who was their master, and would send Samurai off to fight other tribes and factions in mid-evil Japan. there were also Daimyos who would hire Samurai for protection of their...
Asked in William Shakespeare
What kind of life did the majority of people in England have during Shakespeare's time?
The majority of people were poor- vassels- and fewer were merchant class. Only a small percentage were nobles or royalty. Most people lived in wooden houses because stone was a luxury. Women of that time stayed at home all the time, and men spent their time mostly working. ...
Medical examiner dependent report on you a went to become medical examiner?
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Asked in History
Which was a charteristics of feudilism?
Feudalism was a ruling mechanism introduced into the Britain by the Normans when they invaded in 1066. It was a system of paying service to a higher authority to provide labour in all forms and formed the basis for land holding across the country until is ended around 1300 in its recognisable, pure Norman form. The basic premise of the feudal system was that the king owned all the land in the kingdom. His barons simply held it of him, a gift...
Asked in History of China
Where does the word China come from originally?
China is called Zhongguo (中國 or 中国) in Chinese. The character zhōng (中) means "middle" or "central," while guó (国 or 國) means "state". The term is commonly translated into English as "Middle Kingdom", but is also sometimes translated as "Central Kingdom". The name "Zhongguo" appeared first in the Classic of History (6th Century BC), and was used to refer to the late Zhou Dynasty, as they believe that they were the "center of civilization", while peoples in the four cardinals were called...